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What does IPJ stand for?
IPJ stands for Interphalangeal Joint
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- International Private Investigators Union
- IP (Internet Protocol) Phone Information Utility (Cisco)
- Industrial Production for the United States (index)
- Interface Processor for Imagery Exchange
- Improving the Patient Journey (New Zealand)
- Institut Pratique du Journalisme (French journalism school)
- Institute for Peace & Justice (San Diego, CA)
- Instituto Português da Juventude (Portugese)
- International Poster Journal
- Internet Protocol Journal
- Interphex Japan (trade show)
- Iranian Polymer Journal (Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute; chemistry publication)
- Ikatan Perjanjian Jual Beli (Indonesian: Bond Purchase Agreement)
- Instrument Panel Junction Block (automotive)
- Incumbent Perception of Job Complexity (psychological test)
- Indianapolis Peace and Justice Center
- Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center (Seattle, WA)
- International Prisoners Justice Day (August 10th)
- International Platform of Jurists for East Timor
- Indigenous Peoples and Justice Initiative (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
histolyticum into palpable cords of Dupuytren's contracture resulted in a mean 81% reduction in the degree of fixed-flexion contracture in treated metacarpophalangeal joints and a 66% decrease in proximal interphalangeal joints.
In this position, the distal interphalangeal joints are extended, the proximal interphalangeal joints are flexed, and the metacarpal joints are extended.
Vary the contact (use your thumbs sometimes, knuckles and elbows at other times) and avoid flexion and extension, especially of metacarpophalangeal joints or interphalangeal joints when applying pressure (see 6.
Alignment deformity of the distal interphalangeal joints of the 2nd and 3rd fingers was also observed (Fig.
Precisely, he pointed out that the "seiken" (the traditional karate "tsuki") has four point of contact: the first two knuckles and the proximal interphalangeal joint of the index and middle finger.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] Post-operative Management The hand was immobilized in a splint, with the wrist in 30 degrees of extension position and metacarpophalangeal and interphalangeal joints in neutral position for three weeks (9).
The investigator took ROM measurements for the metacarpophalangeal joints, the interphalangeal joints, and the wrist (palmar flexion, hyperextension, radial flexion, ulnar flexion).